Baxter Pavilion is situated in the midst of the 38 acres of mature parkland of Dundee's Baxter Park. The Park was laid out in 1863, a gift to the people of Dundee from linen manufacturer Sir David Baxter and his sisters Eleanor and Mary Ann. The park was designed by Victorian landscape architect Sir Joseph Paxton, one time gardener to the Dukes of Devonshire and designer of Londonís Crystal Palace (1851).
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